[mythtv-users] mac build
john.hoyt at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 21:40:31 UTC 2021
> Q; is there a GIT/SVN/CVS/somethingotherthan 'the latest current file'
> repository of the code history that's publically accessible?
> I like looking back at the commit history for things like this, and was
> attempting to find it on Sourceforge but to no avail.
Sorry about that. I've been using the SourceForge site (since I inherited
ownership of it last summer) as a place to post binaries. More recently I
have been also using it as a method to post development / in process
updates mostly out of convenience. Unfortunately it was never setup with
cvs/git, so it doesn't have any revision history (like you just pointed out)
The mythtv packing git repo does have a series of commits for the script
That's probably the best place for you to find any commit history. There
isn't too much history to the file (10 or so commits) since I only got it
working last May when I finally decided to roll up my sleeves and get
mythtv compiling on macOS again.
Since I don't (and probably shouldn't :) ) have commit writes, the updates
tend to be infrequent as I try to minimize my pestering of the Devs (thanks
again Bill for all of the help).
Likewise for the mythtv ansible repo (
I do have a personal git repo reserved for my own thrashing (both the
compile script and ansible) - but I will be honest in saying it's not very
disciplined in commit comments. When making a pull request to the mythtv
packaging repo, I tend to pull from my personal repo cleaning up /
squashing the commit messages after testing locally.
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